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Wednesday, July 30, 2014
From Anthony Friedkin
David Fahey Interview: Fahey/Kline Gallery by Anthony Friedkin
David Fahey is considered one of the most respected photo dealers in the United States. He is the director and co-owner of the Fahey-Kline gallery located on La Brea avenue in Los Angeles. He has been exhibiting and selling fine art photography for over forty years. David has accomplished all of this with remarkable dedication, energy, and integrity. Through the many years he had the great foresight to photograph the numerous and talented photographers he enjoyed working with, by asking each one of them to sit for a portrait- taken by him. With these timely portraits of Photographers, David Fahey has created a significant and personal body of work.
Friday, September 13, 2013
From Anthony Friedkin
The Photography of Sebastião Salgado: Interview with Gallerist Peter Fetterman
photo by Mark Edward Harris
(courtesy of Peter Fetterman Gallery)
Sebastião Salgado is a Brazilian-born photographer, who began his career as an economist. Today he is considered a living legend in the sphere of photography. He has committed himself to long-term projects, all of which are substantial in nature. He connects with his subjects on a deeply personal level, and is totally absorbed in black and white photography. His work is held in major museum collections worldwide and he is also credited with numerous photographic books. Recently he finished an impressive project titled GENESIS, the result of an epic eight- year expedition to rediscover the mountains, deserts, oceans, and the animals and peoples that have so far escaped the imprint of modern culture and technology.
Wednesday, August 01, 2012
From Anthony Friedkin
Interview with Architect Dan Brunn by Anthony Friedkin
Dan Brunn
Award-winning Dan Brunn, a champion of modern architecture, is an architect whose designs transcend traditional boundaries. Brunn creates a sustainable vision that empowers the natural elements of location, materials and space. He meets the specific requirements of his individual clients with unexpected and fascinating design elements. A Tel Aviv native, Brunn's approach to style follows the legacy of iconic masters Frank Gehry and Frank Lloyd Wright, building spaces as art.
Sunday, April 01, 2012
From Anthony Friedkin
Larry Bell Interview by Anthony Friedkin
Larry Bell
Larry Bell came to prominence in the burgeoning Los Angeles art scene during the 1960's as one of the originators of what came to be known as the "Light and Space" movement. Bell's work quickly gained momentum in New York and Los Angeles, expressing a newfound transcendence from traditional art that embodied an emerging and unique Los Angeles culture.
Wednesday, June 01, 2011
From Anthony Friedkin
Interview with Jeff Divine by Anthony Friedkin
Surfing is one of the oldest and most enjoyed sports on our planet. Waves are like liquid sculpture, they move through the ocean with ethereal beauty. The art of wave riding (and for many surfers it becomes a type of religious dedication) is a blending of physical talent and personal expression. This is coupled with the reverence for the magnificent power of nature, the ocean in particular.
Tuesday, March 01, 2011
From Anthony Friedkin
Interview with Photographer Gerd Ludwig by Anthony Friedkin
Gerd Ludwig is a photojournalist with an extensive body of work documenting social changes in Germany and Eastern Europe after the collapse of the Soviet Union and 20 years working for National Geographic magazine. His work includes this long-term project on the aftermath of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant disaster. He is gearing up for another trip to the zone of alienation to coincide with the 25th Anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster.
Saturday, January 01, 2011
From Anthony Friedkin
Photographer William Eggleston at LACMA by Anthony Friedkin
William Eggleston changed photographic history with his saturated color images of everyday life. In the 1960's, he pioneered the use of color photography and the snapshot for aesthetic and artistic expression. Eggleston was also one of the first photographers to capitalize on the deep, rich hues offered by the dye transfer process.
Monday, November 01, 2010
From Anthony Friedkin
Ralph Nelson Interview by Anthony Friedkin
Ralph Nelson is considered one of the finest and most highly respected unit still photographers working today. For those of you who are not familiar with the term, the unit still photographer works on motion pictures. They're on the movie set every day during filming, creating for the studio publicity and advertising departments a key set of stills that will often be used for the entire advertising and publicity campaign of that movie. Their contribution to the whole motion picture process is major, and I can tell you from personal experience, one of the most difficult jobs a professional photographer can ever get themselves into. From the outside, the job appears glamorous and enviable. However, the challenge to produce quality work is enormous. Ralph is a seasoned veteran. Yet he is very humble about his extraordinary career spanning over thirty-three years. Recently, I interviewed Ralph about his many dedicated years in the motion picture industry and acquired some insights into his vast expertise.
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